with Frank Bough and Selina Scott Nick Ross and Debbie Rix have the latest Election news and Ipok ahead to the political agenda for the coming day and the major electoral issues that will make today's headlines from the hustings. Weather at 6.31, 6.57, 7.27, 7.57, 8.27 Sport at 6.42, 7.18, 8.18
Regional News, weather and traffic: at 6.45, 7.15, 7.45; 8.15
Getting Britain Fit between 6.45 and 7.0
Your Stars between 830 and 8.45
BBGl goes across to Radio 4's phone-in programme, and for the first time television viewers have the chance to join
Sir Robin Day and radio listeners in asking senior politicians about their party's policies and campaign promises.
Lines open from 8.0 each weekday morning during the campaign.
Television presentation SUE MCMAHON
Producers PETER ESTALL CHRIS LONGLEY
10.35 Living in a Developing Country: Ghana
11.0 Watch ? / North American Indians: 5
11.17 Computer Club . /
The Computer and the Art Historian Every picture tells a story. How can a computer, help solve the problem of dating a Tudor painting in the National Portrait
Gallery, done on a wooden panels? Presenter MARl PRICHARD With DR JOHN FLETCHER Producer ROBIN GWYN
11.40-11.45 Mind Stretchers Problem: Weather
12.3 pm LeFs Go
Let's Be Serious for a Moment
Richard Whitmore , Anne Diamond
Weather JIM BACON
1.0-1.5 (Scotland only) The Scottish News
1.2 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Three films made by BBC North cameramen over the spring and 'summer seasons. A motorcycle trials rider ...a Dales carnival queen ... a Sheffield silversmith. Sights and sounds of Yorkshire, as recorded by GRAHAM SMITH. DAVID BRIERLEY and KEITH MASSEY.
Film editor MARTIN WINTERTON
Executive producer JOHN GRAHAM
2.15 Watch with subtitles for the deaf
North American Indians Thunder-bird; Watch visits a modern coastal Indian artist, RICHARD HUNT , Who is shown carving a totem pole and demonstrating his animal masks. With a story about the Thunder-bird', sworn enemy of -the killer whale.
Presenters LpjJiSB.HAJUrT^YtOR and JAMES EARL ADAIR
A look at Britain from the air The Island Fortress by JOHN TERRAINE
The narrow strip of water separating us from Europe - Shakespeare called it ' moat defensive ' —protected this island 'against infection and the hand of war '.Beside it grew great castles and forts-Port-Chester. Pevensey, Walmer and Fort Nelson. On it sailed the , ' wooden walls' of Drake and Nelson. Above it flew the spitfires,
. and hurricanes of 1940:.-Narrated by Robert Lang
Director ERIC DAVIDSON
Series editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
shownon Sunday at 6.40 pm)
Jeepers it's the Creepers
Will your requests be answered and your favourite programme extracts be shown again? Will you agree with the critics? Who will be the studio guest and could you be a winner in the competition?
Lucie Skeaplng presents the programme when all these questions will be answered.
Studio director JONATHAN DENT
Producer PHILIP CHILVERS
Send your requests to Take Twa, BBC Television, London VV12 BQT
with Johnny Ball
This week Johnny goes round the bend with a few Dangerous Curves. Find out how you can draw hyperbolas and parabolas and: about the Illusion, that something is there when it isn't. So this week watch put for things that go with a swing, and for curves.there's no place like cone.
Written, by JOHNNY BALL Producer JOHN SMITH
Series producer ALBERT BARBER
Richard Whitmore ; Weatherman
..Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today. South East at Six, Points West ' South Today, Spotlight South. West Scene Around Six
Reporting Scotland; Wales Today and at 6.25
Nationwide and Election 83
Mrs Thatcher On the Spot
Throughout the campaign Nationwide will be giving you, the viewer, the chance to put your points direct to the party leaders. Tonight, in this special edition, the Primes Minister ; will be On the Spot in the Nationwide studio as she faces questions from BBC studios all over the country. Reporters:
PATTIE COLDWELL , ANNE DIAMOND JOHN HITCHINS , JAMES HOGG .
MARSHALL LEE , TONY WILKINSON
ANDREW JENNINGS , MARTIN YOUNG
post that mentions
The show that helps you make the best of what you've got. with Sarah Kennedy
Christopher Lillicrap Bill Breckon
Dr Mike Smith
In the first of six programmes, the inside story on the famous Marilyn wiggle and pout from effervescent actress Stephanie Lawrence ; a probing enquiry into the mysteries of oriental massage; the crowning glories of 1983 at the London Hair
Fashion Collection; and advice from top football physio, Fred Street of Arsenal, on how to repair the damage that sport can do to your health.
Designer STEPHEN BROWNSEY
Studio director JENNI BURROWS Producer MARGARET BENTON BBC Bristol
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Ripping yarns, of intrigue and high adventure in the South beas NakaJimaKill
A beautiful but unscrupulous newsreel reporter charms Jake into flying her to Princes Koji's and Her goal is an interview with the Japanese Minister of Defence, but the odds look bad when the Goose is met by Japanese zero fighter planes, the Princess is furious and a plot is afoot to assassinate the Minister.
Written by ANDREW SCHNEIDER and TOM GREENE Directed by JACK WHITMAN JR
A comedy series by IAN DAVIDSON and PETER VINCENT starring
Ronnie Corbett r-with Barbara Lott William Moore Roy Holder
Designers KEN LEDSHAM , GILLIAN PAGE produced and directed by DAVID ASKEY
and Campaign Report
John Humphrys with developments at home and abroad. David Dimbleby with the latest on the Election Campaign. Weatherman
with Desmond Wilcox
We take visiting for granted, but some journeys are significant, even dramatic.
Jemima is 12, loving and loved - but her parents only see her every other Sunday. Jemima is in a home for the mentally handicapped. Her parents didn't want to surrender her care to others and for ten years they coped. But now they have two younger children, one a baby. All of them visit - and it doesn't always work out well. Nevertheless, for Jemima's parents Lyn and Lesley Brooke , the visit is still very special - although it can be a day of despair or joy. They don't know how they may be judged by viewers. All they say is: 'How would you handle it?'
Film cameraman STUART WYLD
Film editor Jock Clark
Director JACKIE ROWLEY
Producer DESMOND WILCOX
Executive producer NEIL FRASER
Perry takes a musical tour around San Francisco's colourful sights, visiting Cheryl Ladd on the crookedest street in the world, accompanying her to a Chinese fortune-cookie factory, sailing across the bay to Tiburon to sing with Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers and watching the Breeze Brothers and other mime, musicians and street performers who abound on Fisherman's Wharf.
Produced by BOB BANNER
A RONCOM production
The final programme considers patients' rights. The North West Spanner Theatre Company use role play to help a group of women to learn to use the health system, and looks at a local campaign for a Well Woman self-help centre.
Medical professionals played by PENNY MORRIS and LYNNE MOSS
Director JULIA DRUM
Producer SUZANNE DAVIES